Rangatahi takes on Manurewa Tuia challenge
The Franklin, Manurewa, Papakura, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu and Ōtara-Papatoetoe boards are all offering rangatahi places in a programme which pairs local government members with young Māori to enhance their leadership skills.
An army of community volunteers mobilises in Auckland’s south
Hundreds of volunteers have come together to support residents in flood-damaged Māngere
Submissions open on Beachlands plan
A private plan change being sought around land in Beachlands could open the way for more than 3000 new dwellings.
Heritage grant for at risk St James
An Auckland Council heritage grant will help fund a much-needed conservation report for Ardmore's St James Church.
Multicultural celebrations are on again - Diversity Festival is back
One of Tāmaki Makaurau’s most iconic festivals is back. After a three-year break, Diversity Festival returns on Saturday 4 March to Hayman Park in Manukau.
Apply for an Upper Harbour grant
Community groups wanting to deliver projects and events in the Upper Harbour Local Board area have until 17 March to apply for funding.
Former tagger helps young Aucklanders use their skills well
A former tagger is putting his mark on Manurewa in a more positive way, and inspiring others to do the same.
Board committed to Te Mahia upgrade
Rising costs have hit an upgrade at Te Mahia Station but Manurewa Local Board remains committed to the project.
Mahurangi Wastebusters activity time
Learn how to be Kaitiaki of our environment by reducing waste to landfills.
Peacock Colour Splash
Chloe will enrich our understanding of watercolour techniques through step-by-step demonstrations and plenty of individual attention.
Poppy craft design at Helensville Library
Make a poppy out of recycled materials, to add to the Library's memorial wall.
This activity is presented by Robogals, a group of Auckland University students who aim to promote STEM skills for kids.
SEALIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Conservation morning
Come and listen to SEALIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Conservation Talk with a visitor from Kelly Tarltons.
Walking into The Night: Experiencing Darkness and The Natural World - EcoFest
During the walk, we will explore our relationship to darkness, using our senses, imagination, and night-altered powers of observation.
Worm Farm - Onehunga Library
Learn some facts about tiger worms and find out how they can turn your household waste into beneficial fertilisers for your garden.
Junior Ranger pest detectives
We will create our very own chew cards and pest-monitoring tunnels to take home.